Management and Marketing Program: Career Facts - Human Resource Manager
Human Resource Manager
What is a human resource manager?
Human resource managers serve as links between management and employees. They help management make effective use of employees' skills and help employees find satisfaction in their jobs and working conditions. The occupation of human resource manager is projected to grow as fast as average over the next 15 years.
What types of skills are required?
Skills and analytical techniques adapted from psychology, public relations, economics, statistics, accounting and communication are required in this position. Communication and facilitation skills are also essential to successful human resource managers.
Where are they employed?
Human resource managers may work in all medium to large businesses and organizations.
What degree is available?
An associate in business degree program is offered in Human Resource Management.
What is the salary range?
Local starting salary range is $18,000 to $23,000 per year. Nationally, human resource managers can expect annual earnings starting at $22,000 to $75,000+ with extensive experience.
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